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Posted in: Wives still have passion, but how to get their husbands to realize it? See in context

I guess that Japanese culture is not really mentioned in this article. This British guy gets it all out there on his anti-Japanese culture website somewhere out there. I can't remember. I do remember that Japanese women, according to that guy and maybe verified throught my female friends, once a Japanese female gets a family, they no longer need sex. The men are taught to have affairs from what I can tell, and 80 percent of mothers had no real problem with prostitution according to a poll conducted in Japan. So, if you take into consideration that men are becoming less manly and females more, that also according to articles, you might get this whole asexual cultural thing going if you believe in it. The numbers do not lie, Japan has a negative birth ration going on. The sex industry is in the billion dollar range. The scandal mongers are finding a bunch of married men on the brothel lists and with women of the night as well as with famous TV talents. I guess that if you put all that together, the men look elsewhere even if the wives want to have sex more or less or be more romantic. It is a sad element of this society. I read about a Japanese women divorcing her husband because a foreign man was more romantic than her Japanese husband.

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Posted in: Space probe returns to Earth from 7-year trip to asteroid See in context

How is that Japan's Space probe came to be about world hunger? By the way, Japan gives billions to the monetary funds each year so in a way they are helping to fight hunger. I agree with a post that stated that someday this will turn into something that we can use. Maybe space dust is the fountain of youth we have all been looking for or maybe it is poisonous and can be used to to cause chronic sneezing. Who knows it might have been worthless, but then again understanding the properties of an asteroid could help us to destroy one if it were to be headed directly for this planet. We do not want to be like the dinosaurs. lol

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Posted in: Space probe returns to Earth from 7-year trip to asteroid See in context

Kotaro-Have you not been reading about the US Space Program? It is in shambles. They have a lot of things on their plates. Despite that, I saw National Geographic comment on it, ABC News, The Associated Press, and a whole lot more news groups. Even Google did something. So are you anti-American? I been reading your post. While I read something related to another article, that one you use American, but English teachers in the Jet Program come from all over the world.

This is 2010 stop hating on the US already. Be thankful and be forever humble my brother!

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